The Relationship between Social Support and Corporate Identity in Secondary Schools
AbstractThe aim of this study is to identify the relationship between social support and corporate identity in secondary schools. This study, regarding its aim is considered as an applied research. The research method is descriptive – survey and Correlational. Its statistical Society is included of all secondary school teachers in Ashkhaneh at year 2015. Total sample size was 215. For data collection for social support variables, Philips standardized questionnaire of social support (SS-A) and to measure corporate identity, Cheney questionnaire (1983) was used. To test the validity of the questionnaire, Cronbach's alpha coefficient were used for both questionnaires, which was obtained 0.97, 0.95 respectively. The validity of questionnaires has been approved by researchers and Pundits. Correlation Results between social support and components of corporate identity (the support of family, friends and others) was 0.442, 0.392, and 0.385 respectively. Stepwise regression test results also showed that the role of family support with beta coefficient of 0.317 and the support of friends with beta coefficient of 0.204 has the greatest impact on organizational identity compared to other components of social protection.
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